Popular Dehradun Trekking Tour Packages
|Nag Tibba Trek with Camping 2020 Flat 25% off||2D/1N||₹ 2350||5.0 star|
|Jungle Camping in Rishikesh With Rafting (Flat 31% Off)||2D/1N||₹ 1225||5.0 star|
|Kedarkantha Trek, Uttarakhand 2020 - Book @ ₹7,200 Only!||6D/5N||₹ 7200||5.0 star|
|Har Ki Dun Trek, Uttarakhand - 2020||7D/6N||₹ 8450||5.0 star|
|Rupin Pass Trek 2020, Garhwal||8D/7N||₹ 16200||5.0 star|
Adventure takes on a new color when we talk about these trekking tours in Dehradun. As the capital of the state of Uttarakhand, the expectations from this place go really high, and the fact that it stays on top of all of them makes this place even more coveted amongst the trekking enthusiasts visiting this amazing city. Attaining a center seat amongst many great hills that are replete with adventurous trails, Dehradun itself is rich in many trekking trails in and around the city, ranging from easy to moderate difficulty.
For going trekking in Dehradun, the spots that are most famous are Nunes Bakarna Chhaskhet, Bhadraj Trek, Benong Hill and Pari Tibba. Taking Nunes Bakarna Chhaskhet, which involves walking alongside a soothing river before meandering into a mountain to take you to the village of Chhaskhet. The starting altitude is 800m and rises to around 1800m above sea level within a span of about 5 hours. Located at about only 6 kms from the cantonment area of Dehradun, the starting village of this trek is Jariwala, which is easily accessible and that is what makes this trek one of the most favorite for the locals, amongst the obvious reasons of its wonderful natural beauty. From Chhaskhet, you can majestic and unbeatable views of the Doon valley and the hills of the Mussoorie region.
Another famous name in the treks near Dehradun is of the easy trek to the top of the Benog Hill. A full day trek takes you to the summit of the peak lying at a height of 2,250m above sea level. On the way, you can experience the sightings of many wild animals like Himalayan Black Bear, Leopards, a large number of rare birds of the Himalayas. Pari Tibba, or the hill of the fairies is another wonderland in the region, offering views of the valley around the hills from afar that you just cannot get from anywhere else in the region. Probably one of the reasons why this place is related to the fairies is the various colors that the forests around the hill adorn during different seasons of the year. That is also a testimonial to the fact that the areas around Pari Tibba are a great place to trek and explore the flora. Starting from the well-known Woodstock School, this trek is an absolute delight to anyone who loves adventure as much as they love nature.
Another famous and yet still less taken trek in Dehradun is the Robber’s cave trek. Many a times, people who visit here return from the outside of the cave because the actual way to the famous location passes through a narrow gap between two huge rocks, which is filled with water. But for people who stop at nothing when it comes to adventure, the route to robber’s cave is an enthralling adventure that one must take at least once in their lifetime.
Stepping a little further away from Dehradun, the renowned Nag Tibba Trek lies in wait of all the adventurers. Famous for the temple midway to the summit, and for the lovely views of the religiously important peaks of Gangotri and Kedarnath, the trek is somewhat emerging as a favorite amongst the crown with an immense potential of thrills beyond anyone’s imagination. Not just the above mentioned mountains, the Nag Tibba summit is also famous for views of the mountains Swargarohini and the mighty Chaukhamba. At a height of 3,022m above sea level, a two day trek to the top of Nag Tibba is slowly becoming one of the most favorite getaways for people of Dehradun.
And if going for a long trekking trip from Dehradun is what’s on your mind, then you can also take a look at the many other famous treks in the Himalayas nearby, like the challenging and coveted Kedarkantha Trek. It is looked up to as one of the leading destinations in the country for snow trekking experiences. Located near the well-known Har Ki Dun Valley, this offbeat trek offers 360 degree views of the many mountain ranges around. The trek starts from Dehradun, takes you to Sankri, and when you start trekking from there, you will be putting your first steps on the snow of the Garhwali mountain as soon as you cross the 10,000ft mark in elevation. But the highlights of the entire trek would surely be the temple at the top and the mesmerizing experience of trekking on the snow.
And if trekking on the snow is one of your favorite things to do, and if you are looking for somewhat a similar trek near Dehradun, then these 2 treks are the perfect match for you. The Rupin Pass Trek, which takes you to the high mountain pass located at a height of 4600m above sea level, and the Pangarchulla Peak Trek that takes you to the summit at about 14,700ft above sea level, both involve an unforgettable experience of walking on the slippery and pearly white snow of the Himalayan mountains. Starting from Dehradun, the Rupin Pass Trek takes you to the pass over the course of 6 days, and then onto Shimla to bring the trek to an end. And in the case of Pangarchulla Peak Trek, it starts from Dehradun, goes to Haridwar, and then onto the summit of the peak to get views of nearby mountains like Nanda Ghunti, Trishul, Nanda Devi, Kalanka, Chang bang, Dronagri, Hathi Parvat, Gori Parvat, Mana, Kamet, Abl Gamin, Neelkanth, and Chaukhamba.
Trekking opens you to many new experiences apart from the journey itself, and that is the very heart behind the many exciting trekking tours in Dehradun that are waiting to be explored.